Unlike any of the millions who were fortunate enough to cast their hands on the Iphone, I was one of billions who just "dreams" of owning one. Judging by my impression of my Macbook pro and Ipod video, I am sure iphone too has outstanding quality and functionality therefore I simply have to get one no matter what. As time passed, I become more eager to owning one but an idea struck in my head, why not cash out my cell phone and ipod for a second hand iphone? It sounded good until I discovered the need of additional $200. Depression pursued, but I was still determined. It all happened while puffing on a potent herb, that I discovered ifixit and their wicked guides. I could sell my Samsung Sync and 2nd gen Nano, then buy a cracked iphone and perform a DIY screen replacement and I would be owning a iphone! Having done DIY repairs on electrical component, I have no doubt of a successful result. Soon after, I purchased a cracked iphone (fully functional) for $180 shipped followed by replacement screen for $115 (tools included). My Sync and Nano got sold for $250 combined. Now I sit anxiously waiting for my package. Has anyone like me done a DIY screen replacement? If yes, how did it go? Will I have to reapply the adhesive or will the old glue still hold?